Live - Keswick Convention 2018 - 17 July 11.15am - Bible Reading 2 - Christopher Ash
John 6: 1-59. Part of the series 'Mission in John's Gospel'. Mission is the unstoppable overflow of love from the heart of the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. No biblical writer paints this beautiful theme in such rich colours as John, the Beloved Disciple. Words of "sending" abound: John the Baptist is sent by God; Jesus speaks often of "the Father who sent me"; he promises that he and his Father will send the Holy Spirit; and finally he commissions the apostles – and through them the apostolic church – "as the Father sent me, so I send you." In this tour of John’s gospel with "sending" spectacles on, we shall learn much of the heart, the means, the priorities, and the burning motivation for authentic Christian mission flowing out from our own homes to the ends of the earth.
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Ask Phillip - Separation and Divorce?
Is it a sin for a couple to separate or divorce? Phillip Jensen says there is a difference between the two; to divorce is to seek another marriage but to separate is to live apart whilst still being married. He says that Christians should never seek divorce as a way to solve marital problems but sometimes, sadly separation is good, for example, in the case of domestic violence, to protect the safety of a wife or children, and to help the offending spouse to deal with their issues. He looks at 1 Corinthians 7: "To the married I give this charge (not I, but the Lord): the wife should not separate from her husband (but if she does, she should remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband), and the husband should not divorce his wife." And refers viewers to a longer discussion on the issue, which can be found here.
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Phillip Jensen is a leading Australian evangelical and previously ministered at University Church, New South Wales, the St Matthias Group of Churches and Sydney Cathedral. He now works with Two Ways Ministries and also regularly speaks at national and international churches and conferences, where he continues to model preaching the gospel by teaching the Bible. Check out further videos and free resources from Phillip Jensen at phillipjensen.com.